THIS WEEK IN PICTURES October 12 - 18
Whether you've been living under a rock for the past week, or you're just in the mood for a recap of everything theatre, BroadwayWorld's feature, 'This Week in Pictures' is here to satisfy your end of the week fix. Take a look below to catch up on the latest happenings from the Great White Way to The West End (and everywhere in between) with coverage of press events, rehearsals, opening nights and more!
Highlights this week include Hugh Jackman's BIRTHDAY BENEFIT Concert, a first look at A TIME TO KILL, PIPPIN marking 200 performances, and opening night at THE WINSLOW BOY on Broadway.
Hugh Jackman celebrated his birthday with a ONE NIGHT ONLY Birthday Benefit Concert in LA. The three-hour show included songs from LES MISERABLES, THE BOY FROM OZ, GUYS AND DOLLS, CAROUSEL and more. For more pictures from the concert, click here.
Liz Callaway Photo Credit: Seth Waters
"Lorna's Pink Party" at Birdland was the happy scene for several recreations of historic showbiz moments. Hostesses Lorna Luft and sister Liza Minnelli came together in a thrilling blast-from-the-past performance that was a complete crowd-pleaser. The evening also included performers such as Nick Allen, Liz Callaway, and Norm Lewis. For more pictures, click here.
Betsy Wolfe Photo Credit: Jennifer Broski
At the Barnes and Noble release party for THE LAST FIVE YEARS Recording, Adam Kantor and Betsy Wolfe sang songs from the album, accompanied by composer Jason Robert Brown. For pictures from the concert, click here.
Darius Campbell and Rebbeca Thorhill. Photo Credit: Roy Tan
Tim Rice's FROM HERE TO ETERNITY began previews on the West End on September 30, and this week BroadwayWorld got a first look at the production. In the show, when the troubled Private Prewitt falls for the kind hearted escort club girl Lorene, and when his platoon sergeant, Warden, embarks on a dangerous affair with his commanding officer's wife, Karen, the lives of both men are set on a course they cannot control. For more pictures, click here.
Photo Credit: Walter McBride
The Tony-winning revival PIPPIN celebrated its 200th show this past week. For a look at the backstage celebration, click here.
BroadwayWorld got a first look at A TIME TO KILL on Broadway, a show about a trial about a young lawyer defending a black man in Mississippi. For more pictures of the show, click here.
The captivating new production of Terence Rattigan's classic THE WINSLOW BOY came to Roundabout directly from London. The show will play a limited engagement, only running till December 1st. For more pictures of the show, click here.